Chapter 8: Compliance
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This chapter explores the term ‘compliance’ from the perspective of different theoretical approaches to international law. The importance and role of compliance in the international legal system is contested; some of the debate tracks political and national differences. The chapter maintains that although some theorists have focused too much on compliance, compliance is nevertheless central to international law.

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